We are pleased to announce Schneider Electrics new Power Quality (PQ) Advisor Module which makes it easy to identify power quality issues, assess the financial impact of events and plan the deployment of correction equipment.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today announced the availability of the Power Quality (PQ) Advisor Module. This innovative software was developed to help facility managers and operators easily identify power quality issues, assess the financial impact of events, and plan the deployment of correction equipment. This benefits facilities through improved system reliability and energy efficiency.
“Power quality related problems and outages at critical facilities like industrial plants and data centers are not only costly in direct terms, they have significant intangible costs through their impact to system operations and power availability,” said Ram Kaushik, offer manager with Schneider Electric. “The new Power Quality Advisor Module demonstrates our commitment to innovating at every level by providing tangible data and actionable business insights to improve the operational efficiency of the facility floor. Easy-to-understand data analytics dashboards allow operators to quickly identify problem areas. Experts can then use this intelligence to deploy potential solutions to mitigate PQ issues and improve system performance and reliability.”
Power Quality Advisor is available as part of StruxureWare™ Power Monitoring Expert and the PowerSCADA software family for integrated energy and power management systems (EPMS).
By some industry estimates, power quality issues cost U.S. facilities as much as $120B-$180B annually. Schneider Electric’s power management software, including Power Quality Advisor, provides the critical visualization and dashboard analytics facility managers and plant operators need to maximize system reliability, efficiency and safety.
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